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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MIL A PHONTS PERSONAL Mrs. M. Young will receive to- morrow. V Mr. K. IX Jcbuon of the Bank Is cGnnaed to his home through Illness.. Inspector J.-B. Silk .is on a bnsineu i rip to Cferihtoa: TSe bachelor friends of Mr. Fay pavi'es yesterday afternoon Instituted rr unique .shower in honor of his ap- proaching marriage. The shower was somewhat miscellaneous in character. In comultinent to Helena Simp son'whose marriage takes-place short- ly, Mrs. C. entertained at a surprise' shower yesterday evening. Vat. McCann trill male their future home In the Irrigated farm district of Coaldale. A kwely wedding took place on Man duy, November 1st at p.m. at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Llp- plngweil. 326 3th St. S., when Miss A C. Hirrsy aid John Korgardt were united In the koads of Holy Matrl- inoay, ROT. Jobu HcAlUter of tho PentecwUl Assembly officlatin. Fol- loiriag the eeroaipny, a luncheon via sorrod ti> a nambor of invited guests Mr. and'MrV. Noreardl left on the train for their, honeymoon trip, amid showers of coiiffHi.and good wishes from a hb'sl ol'delighted friendu.' On th'eir.return they will tako ,up their residence in the clly. At Medicine Montgpmerie Thursday, :2Sth-.Octo- ber, tho marriage was solemnized' 6f Mr. Claude M. Brown aud Miss Eva Daily Fashion By Gertruiis fleresford The'rooms were UstefullyJ decorated Irene Huff, of .Burdott, Alberta. with yellow chrysanthemums S. Shaver, Superintendent of the asters.'. About twelve friends were present who -guest of honor with some handsome silver fee' spoons. v r e Justice Simmons Is In the city pre- sldlpg over the Supreme Court ses- sions. r Smlthcin, who has-been, the suest of Mr: and Mrs. JI. Behtley for the. last few- days. >has returned her home In Cardston. to At a joint mecting-'of the East Lelh- bridge u. V. A. and U. r. W. A. on 'Friday evening the members of the women's organisation surprised -their rettjilngjpresjde.nt, A. presenting her 'with fine pieces of hand- painted Nlppri china. Thev presentation was made by the Mrs. Thos. Coin. Mrs. Hamilton in expressing her the sald'that the growth of the'cpramtinlty Sore her fpr her.e'ffort, Mr. E. H. Dawson has been removed to Gait Hospital. -Mr. and Mrs. R; Q'Hagan, Third as their-guest the fprmer's sister, Mrs. J. F. Dolan'of Belleville, Out: Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, trife on. the-farm during the. summer-'have returned .to the city and 'are- again at their old home 5th Friends of Mr. D. A. Simpson will be. pleaECd to see him .around again after his recent illness; 'v..' .V WEDDINGS (The solemnized at 6 o'clock yesterday November 1st at W'esjey church, tha Rev...Chas.j Cragg- officiating, of Sadie McMimaj of 'Hall- fax to Orvillo McCann, son of Mr. aVd; Mrs. John McCana of Lctlibridse. the guests present we're Mrs. McCann, mother of the MK and Mm. T. C. Smith aud Mr. anr] Mrs: 0. ft, Flynn of Cnaldale. Mr. and City Gospel Mission, performed, the marriage" ceremony. SCABIE-rSlMMONS The marriage took place Thursday, Oct.'23, at Young "Methodist church parsonage, Winnipeg, the Rev. Basil Thompson officiating, of Lilla May Slmnipna, of Ottawa, daughter of Mrs. Jas.'-A.' Simmons East, Que., to Theodore Kenneth Sable, of Cayley, Alts'." 6 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The, Ladles' Kioi Church 'will'meet In the school-room on Thurs- da'y afternoon at 3..o'clock prompt Mrs. Edwards, vice-president of the National Council of Women will ad dress the meeting o'clock, report ing'on a St. Johns in The meeting ;wilt ha 4 o'clock to all Interested Will the collectors kindly report ma promptly as pos'sible. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church will meet in the church parlors to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The hostwses.will be MrSirW. A.. Buchanan OUTING AFFAIRS What more, 'is .'delightful than a ough homespun coat for long hours pent, in the woods or to slip over le oullng costume when chilly winds low. This generously fashioned.coat s originated In a-charming shade of lue homespun: Designed with a long oltl'y rolled collar-it possesses ii one ultonhiK fastening. A string belt is Iso attached. This may be fastened t the' discretion of the wearer. The oat Is sleeveless, but a straight care overs the anus. Slip-in pockets also uterest the. sportswoman. Tha little hat of purple.felt is faced hat harmonizes with the color of the wrap. with character representations. Vocal of Love Wood. Dance of the Bees. Call of Womanhood.' 1 tablespoon butter, 1 cup sugar t cup {four section rot .thrrs. Grant Hall, of Mont- real, announce the engagement of heir daughter, Madeline McPherson, o Mr. Henry Stockwell Day, son of rfr. and Mrs. Moses H; Mrs. B. 208 9th St. S., an- nounce the engagement of her sec- ond daughter .Ethel Frances to Ernest H. Flcetwood, son of Mr. arid Mrs. J. H. Fleetwood 622 7th St., S. The marriage will take place early in December. Hdd Addmilk, Xlx iut flour, txiklsir POIT- ctr, M't And Caftrno't Add to ifcoTe mTzture, tfeorou4cbly. Add TJinilZA And t fiiUuw pin wuh trattcf wptr CoTtTTxStim rf wUb rmtaue >M tfieti tttflj. Bike !3 tilmrttt in ente en n. Tlkt fran OTCII Jtra M MMT i Clpir. falcktr pfper. fnm matt toA tnAt of wilt atff wer ft ANNOUNCEMENT wife of the premier, said >er three great in life are! ler husband, her children, and her! home.-'She-ia.Jrst "and last a real! homelover and it wa'S with Borne hesl-1 ency that she consented to leave hen lamlly behind on her first western trip.' Devotion to her children led Mrs. Uelghoa to forego the iTouttful picas-! ures of the semi-public life which oth- er cabinet ministers' wi-res have chos-- en. During the war, forsaking her i usual custom, she was an aclivo Cross worker In Ottawa Women's! Canadian Club, but even then, she] said she cpuld not do much tor she' wanted to bo at homo trhct; tat chll- j dren came from school. Vhey were, always calling for "mother" and liked .to to answer. j Outside the Otlawa Women's Canaa-! Ian Club she has no active connection] with other societies. If she allows] her 'name to go on the directorate of! many Institutions, an "honor" oiten 1 conferred on-the wife-of the prime! minister.-It will not be of her owni Inclination. Hon. .Arthur and Mrs. I Melghcn have been married for teen years. Mrs. Meighon Miss' Jessler Isabel Cox and was born at Que.' Her-_ mother Is Mrs. Wood of Winnipeg at whose home the family usually, spends part of the sum- mer. Mrs. Meighen taught In the public school of Portage la Prairie for two years, and it was then that ehe met! the was a collegiate' teacher. They were married on the first, i day of the school year; was finished, i whereby hangs a ro- mance. HOMESPUN COAT TABLE NAPKINS Breakfast napilns'aro a saving to the laundry and linen bills. These can be used for breakfast and lunch and so lessen, to "a" big degree the wear and soil on dinner napkins. Have the breakfast napkins small, simple squares' 'that can be quickly and easily'1 laundered. The regula- tion size" for' napkins is 22 Inches, hut a much smaller nap- kin do quite as well. Squares of Japanese towelling, it Japanese towelling runners are used on the table, attractive, easily laundered and cheap breakfast nap- kins. towelling, never expen- sive, can sometimes be bought for ly sents a yard, and two yards1'would make five'square .napkins. Hem- stitch ;the :raw edges and catBllch them with blpe. Without the dinner napkins look vrery presentable for. use There are now sold small he used in place' of nankin rings'.' They are- made In silver, nickel and' bono, and are in persons to.whom 'Duly la "Glory in the' These liien itotherhood." Miss .Gerber instructing in dances. klr. Coombs In vocal selections. itity the' as well as rings advantage over rings of allowjng. the napkin to re- main flat. -'A'lroiled napkin always looks untidy it -is really WTlnkleil or soiled. ChinesD crhbrbl'de'red table linen in a soft dark exceed- A LETHBR1DCSE VISITOR NEXT WEEK -i.-; is 0 -'f in Jine Ihread in a stitch some- la an interview at Vancouver Mrs. thing on the order of cross stitch. All doneri of tho A. Y. P. A. masquerade social and dance are'askc'l to kindly leave same, at the Masonic Hall between 7 and o'clock'when the hall will bo op on for that purpose. A very, enjoyable time was spent taal' Saturday ovenlng by No. 1 Co, Girl Guides and tho Brownies when they held a Masquerade party In St. Augustine's Hftll. Very novel tnd i pretty ,were-.the..costumes worn as were alto the decorations for the hall. I A number of jolly games were played, followed by an Impromptu program' which wss much enjoyed by-lhose not called upon to take part. llefresh- Bients and a few dances concluded a very pleasant evening. On Friday, Nov. 5th at arv.ey jvlll pjesent her swarm of bees .ijU P, the follpwlng prograrn: ;r Gatherer's Song, v 'vljiaiio Autumn.Dance.. Violin Braga. frb'm Esther. Old BETTER BUYING CHANCES WILL NOT OCCUR AGAIN THIS SEASON AS SEEN IN THIS AD, FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING SELLING DRESS GOODS ID STAPLES DEPTS. 30 yards only, BLACK TRICOLETTE DRESS Inches fast black, In wool and cotton union. Worth yard. Wednes- day morning only, yard Plaid Dress. Goods Splendid for children's wear, 42 inches wide. A limited quantity only to selli Regular prlco Wednesday morning special HALF PRICE fn good shades' of reseda, moss, grey, peacock blue. 36 Inches wide. Regular prices yard. Wednesday HALF PRICE E4 Inches wide All Wool BLANKET CLOTH. In drab and grey shades only, Kegular yard. Wednesday morning HALF PRICE.- DRESS TRIMMING Urgn w- sortmcnt of styles. Regular price 50c to doxea. Wednesday.HALF PRICE. BROWN. TURK TOW size, in brown Btriped Isr prlca U-60 Wednes- day, morning special, patr 98c; LINEN manufac- ture, all pure linen, 58 inches wide. IB two designs. Regular price }Z.25 yard. To clear Wednecday, U; at, yard...... DISH heavy q.uallty union towelling. Today's price' 45c yard. Our marked price 3tc yard. 100 yards to Bell Wednesday Oft at, When you think of Furs and Blank- ets you think of the Bay. GREAT SHEETING SNAP 50 yards only, English Sheeting, 81 Inches wide. Beautiful quality. 'Worth yard. Wednesday morning, yard SNAPPY BARGAINS IN LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Wednesday Special, sa- teen and colored Molrea, Old Country ekirU. Reg- ular ?3.'DO to 51.00. On sale Wednesday An no GCSSARD AND D. A. BRASS1ER3, specUl Wednesday. Flesh and white. Basket weave. Back hook and front. White cotton laco trimmed, no All sites. Since 1728 secret of FRY'S world wide success v has been its delicious flavor Nothing will do but PRY'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR LADIES' WATSON'S MAKE tableful.of ladies' all wool combinations. This Is where you can buy wool CA to t7 llh underwear cheap......... CHILDREN'S lined, cot- ton and wool and cotton. Vests'and drawers. cla! for Wednesday morning, .CHILDREN'S morning .special. Balkan and Jack Tars. Serge 'collars and '.plain; of self .material, trimmed-with braid; Siies C to 14. Regular to J2.9S. (M AO Voile and Silk Waists SPECIAL COME EARLY If yon "want one ot: these Waists. Regular to" 17.00, INTER APPAREL NEEDS FOR MEN AID BOYS MEN'S OVERCOATS SPECIAL Dark Tweed Overcoats at..J 18.00 Browa Chinchilla Overcoats, MULESKIN GLOVES Men's muleskiu work gloves, well made and soit and easy on the hands. Wed- op nesday special BOYS' SHIRTS s Boys' grey school- shirts. Sizes 11H to 14. Clearing Wed- nesday morning BEST BUY IN TOWN SOCKS FOR WEDNESDAY -MORNING SALE ARE A WONDERFUL VALUE Made from pure wool yarn, Shades black and khaki. All sizes. Worth Wednesday morning BOYS' SCHOOL JERSEYS These garments' are made In button and roll necks, and in all shades. to SWEATER COATS r Sweater coats for :men, in good shapes Roll neck. All sizes..' to MERINO COMBINATIONS for BOYS A new shipment of boys' natural merino com- binations Just arrived. to HALF-DAY SPECIALS in SHOES Ladies' Comfort Shoes, reg, Ladies' Walking Boots, reg. Growing Girls' Boots, r eg. Boys' Boots, sizes 8 to 13, reg. Misses Boota. 11 to 13, reg. Girls' Boois. 8 to 11, reg. WEN'S SPECIALS Black brown dress shons, goodyear welt Eoles. '.Regular Aiv and (fo Qp up to J12.00.' At Men's Work BUY THEM AT THE DAY We have R fit for every stylo of shoe and carry only first quality rubbers. Ladies'.. Boys' Men's Misses' Children's. 90c CRETONNE SPECIAL About 350 yards of 36-Inch cretonne that must move out Wednesday. Good patterns and colors that can bo used for any purpose that cretonne Is over used. Thcao pieces are priced regularly, at (1.15, (1-25 and 41.40. Ono price for any in (ho lot, per yaril..i. AYNSLEY CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS havo a splendid showing of these celebrated china cups nnd saucers, In the newest shaped anil designs, We pro- cured these nt a special price and our customers get tho ail- vantage. There is only pno cup and saucer In o'ach pnttorn. range from ia H50 each. Let us show you by demonstration, either in. your home Or in our store, how The Hoover riot only licepi rugs iraniaculAte but also prolongs' their Ilfeu ;